Tagged: Legal

Let Farmer Pay His Debt, Trustee Says

Let Farmer Pay His Debt, Trustee Says

Banking & FinanceLegal

James Wayne Wilkison allegedly “engaged in a pattern of transferring assets to and from related controlled business entities in an attempt to evade and conceal from creditors." read more >

Drug Industry Challenges Arkansas Law

Drug Industry Challenges Arkansas Law

Health CareLegal

Community Health Centers of Arkansas fears its members’ budgets would lose a total of $1 million annually if a drug industry’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law succeeds. read more >

Legal Mess Includes Doctored Emails

Legal Mess Includes Doctored Emails

Health CareLegalCover Story

Hunter Burroughs, the Rogers businessman at the heart of a federal fraud indictment, admitted more than a year ago to faking emails he submitted in a Florida civil lawsuit. read more >

Legal Discovery Often Hits Walmart Wall

Legal Discovery Often Hits Walmart Wall

Health CareLegalTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Walmart faces allegations that its abuse of the discovery process, a reliable legal tactic, clogs the process even more frequently than other top companies. read more >

Racial Bias Alleged In Dispensary Denial

Racial Bias Alleged In Dispensary Denial

Health CareLegal

A Little Rock Black-owned business that sued the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission also has a case alleging racial discrimination against the firm that scored the applications for medical marijuana dispensary licenses. read more >

Vision Technologies in Chapter 7

Vision Technologies in Chapter 7

Banking & FinanceLegalTechnology & Telecom

Vision Technologies Inc., the military-grade camera technology company in Rogers, filed for Chapter 7 liquidation last month, listing $2.6 million in debts and just $136,000 in assets. read more >

Advanced Tissue Closes, Files $25M Bankruptcy

Advanced Tissue Closes, Files $25M Bankruptcy

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegal

A former CEO of Advanced Tissue LLC of Little Rock says he doesn’t know why the wound care supply company closed and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization in August, leaving hundreds out of work, but he wants to help find a solution to the ensuing legal fight. read more >

Walmart to Pay $300K of $125M Jury Award

Walmart to Pay $300K of $125M Jury Award

Legal

A recent Wisconsin jury award of $125 million against Walmart Inc. for failing to accommodate a longtime employee with Down syndrome will be lowered to $300,000, the maximum amount allowed under federal law. read more >